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will join us to discuss the legal issues the fbi's probe of hillary clinton's e-mails. b sure to watche "washington journal," live at 7:00 a.m. eastern monday morning. join the discussion. >> see sprint brings you more debates this week from key u.s. senate races. monday night at 8:00 eastern, live on c-span republican senator rand paul andjournal," . democratonday jim gray debate for the kentucky senate seat, and wednesday night at 8:00, live coverage of the louisiana senate debate between a field of candidates -- republican congressman charles boustany, foster campbell, andlyn fired, john kennedy, david duke. at 9:00, republican senator hassanyotte and maggie
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debate for the new hampshire senate seat. now until election day, watched the debates from house, senate, and governor's races on c-span, c-span.org, and listen on the c-span radio app. c-span: where history unfolds daily. >> now, donald trump speaks to supporters at a rally in las vegas. this is about 45 minutes. >> ♪ democrat jim gray debate for the kentucky mr. trump: thank you, everybody. [cheers and applause]
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mr. trump: this is a record crowd. i want to thank the great owner of the hotel. and his incredible life. she is an incredible woman. sheldon. really incredible people. they have been so supportive and we appreciate it here we appreciate it very much. phil, one of our great supporters here tonight. we love phil. we are doing great in the polls and we're winning many national and we're winning many national polls. we are ahead in many states. including your great state and north carolina and ohio and florida and iowa and so many others. just so you know, these polls came out yesterday and today. this was before the blowup on
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friday. we are on the cusp of a really incredible transfer of power from a failed political establishment, and return that power to our families, communities, and citizens. in nine days, we are going to win the state of nevada. nevada. the state of nevada, right? everybody in new york says at the other way. i did that once and i will never do it again, believe me. but we are going to win the state of nevada and we going to win back the white house. early voting is underway so make sure you get to the polls.
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who has voted? that is like 50%. if anyone wants to leave right now, go ahead and i will not be insulted. plenty of people outside want to take your place, ok? make sure you vote because otherwise this incredible movement that we have created together, we won't get there and that will be very bad for all the us. it will be bad for the country. the trump administration will immediately repeal and replace obamacare. it has just been announced that the citizens will experience a massive -- i do not want to tell you the number. i won't because you will walk out depressed.
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double-digit hike in their obamacare premiums for the year. [booing] mr. trump: 10 of nevada's 16 counties will have only obamacare, you will have one to choose from. they are in a very good position to negotiate. we will get rid of it and have health care that is so good and so much less expensive. obamacare, forgetting about the ridiculous cost, it is no good and it does not work. your deductibles are so high, you will never use it. obamacare is a catastrophe for your state. in minnesota, with a premium increase, close to 60%, the democratic governor has said the affordable care act is no longer affordable. hillary clinton wants to double down on obamacare and make it even more expensive. much more expensive. my contract with the american
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voter outlines a plan to repeal and replace obamacare. i'm asking for your vote so we can save health care for every family in your state and the country. real change also means getting rid of the corruption in washington p or you have seen a little corruption, right? real change also means getting the system is rigged. it is rigged. it just was announced the fbi is reopening their investigation into the criminal and illegal conduct of hillary clinton. hillary has nobody but herself to blame for her mounting legal problems. deliberate, intentional, and
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purposeful. hillary set up an illegal server with the obvious purpose of shielding conduct. she set up the server knowing full well the actions put our national security at risk and put the safety and security of your children at risk. to cover up her crimes, she deleted 33,000 e-mails after receiving a congressional subpoena. after, after, after, after she gets a subpoena and she deletes and bleaches and nobody even
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ever heard of bleaching. did anybody ever hear of bleaching? such an expensive process. i have a feeling they just found a lot of them, don't you think? they just found a lot of them. we never thought we were going to say thank you to anthony weiner. [applause] she lied to congress under oath. she lied to the fbi many times. then two boxes of e-mail evidence just recently went mysteriously missing. then we have wikileaks revelations which exposed criminal corruption at the
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highest level of government. if she ever did get the chance, which we will not let her have, she took the oval office up for sale also, you have no doubt about that. it is now reported that the department of justice is fighting the fbi. that is because the department of justice is trying so hard to protect hillary clinton. [booing] the attorney general violated sanctity of law by secretly
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meeting with bill clinton, the husband of a possible target of the investigation and a possible target himself, in an airplane on the tarmac in arizona. [booing] remember, he was going to play golf but he just happened to be at the airport hanging around and the attorney general's plane drove by and he said oh, yes, let's say hello. let's say hello. it was a chance meeting, they said. the meeting lasted 39 minutes and they supposedly talked about golf? and grandchildren. i give two minutes to golf and five minutes to grandchildren. what they probably really talked
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about is the attorney general's redeployment should hillary clinton become president which i do not think will happen. the attorney general took herself out of the case and put director comey in charge of making decisions. you saw that. why she now allowed to fight so hard to give someone who is so obviously guilty on so many different fronts off the hook? it was publicly reported that sources, close to hillary clinton, and she actually said it to the papers, that she was thinking of reappointing attorney general lynch -- [booing]
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she said it. it was a statement she made. effectively, they called that a bribe. you're talking about you are going to reappoint? she said it publicly, unbelief. when i heard it, i found it a little hard to believe she would say that. this is what we mean when we say the system is rigged. it is rigged. what makes us exceptional is we are a nation of laws and we are all equal under those laws. hillary's corruption threads the principles. when they can get away with anything because they have the money and connections to rig the system, the people lose hope and
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confidence in the future of their country. corruption is corrosive to the soul of a democracy and it must be stopped. and we are going to stop it. [cheering and applause] mr. trump: because we have one ultimate check on hillary's corruption. that is the power of the vote. the power of the vote. the only way to beat the corruption is show up and vote by the tens of millions, including millions of people voting for the first time in their lives. there was a great guy on television i have to tell you about. his name was sitting miller from texas. they know sit miller. we create yet another star. he was on fox this morning. he said you know, the new yorkers have it all wrong. you that haven't all wrong. he is from texas wearing a big white hat.
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a smart guy. he said in texas, i kept reading that we are even. i said well, i don't think so, because i see the enthusiasm, but he said i have got to tell you, we have more people voting now that we have ever ever had in an election. they are all coming from all over. they are people we have never seen before and they have never voted before, they have not voted for 20 years, and they are all voting for trump. he said when i listen to these guys, talking, and i know everyone of them. i tell you what, these are the most dishonest human beings. [booing] mr. trump: for instance, when we tell them to turn the camera's to show this incredible record crowd, record for this ballroom. this is the record for the
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ballroom, sheldon told me that himself. [cheers] mr. trump: record. they do not show it. you are wasting your time. they don't show it. because they are dishonest because they do not want to show the crowds we get. the biggest ever in the history of the country. there has never been a movement like this and they do not want to show it. we will go into it in a couple of seconds. but they are very dishonest. the media is very, very dishonest. show the crowd. why don't you show the crowd? turn the cameras. [booing] mr. trump: a couple of them get up and say, "donald trump spoke today before a small crowd." it is disgusting. the other day, a man got up and we had 17,000 people. he said, "donald trump spoke in front of a few thousand people." a few means three.
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that is the way i grew up. that sort of means to me like three. anyway. very dishonest people. miller said we have never had anything like this. it is 50% higher than it has ever been before in texas. [applause] mr. trump: he said we're going to win. he said so i don't know what you people are talking about on television where they are saying the road in taxes will be very close. he said i don't know what you people are talking about. you must be talking about a different texas than the one i'm talking about. we love the people of texas and you know what else? the same thing is happening in florida. the same thing is happening in north carolina. it is happening all over. people are sick and tired of
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stupidity and deals. look at the iran deal. they are sick and tired of the iran deal. they do not want to be giving iran $1.7 billion in cash. [booing] it would be from here up to the ceiling. they do not want to remember three weeks ago, they had 800 people they were ready to support. you saw this. they had them. anybody who gets deported from the country, believe me they have to be tough. a little mistake. instead of deporting them, they all became united states citizens. i will tell you that is not the worst of it. it was not a hundred people. it was 1800 people, ok? congratulations.
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you have a new citizens of the country. they said that is ok, fix the problem, fix it. they said, that would not be constitutional. give me a break all right. so we are stuck. $1.7 billion in cash to iran. can you imagine their eyes when they saw the money brought in by trump. that is a lot of money. 1.7 billion dollars in cash. humiliate those people. instead of saying, you are in our waters and you have got to come over little bit, they humiliate the sailors and the country and they would have kept them. except the $150 billion payment started the next day.
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ok? stupid, they are not. people are sick and tired of it. i was on the other side for a long time. i understand very well. it is a good life. but i love this country. i love the people of this country. and we are going to change it. we will do it right. [cheers and applause] mr. trump: go out and vote with all your heart and soul and we are going to make america great again. restoring honesty to our government and the rule of law to the society. we have a lot -- we have to rebuild our military, create borders, do so much. that is going to be right up there. it begins with a plan to end government corruption.
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want the entire corrupt washington establishment the -- when we winll on november 8, we are going to washington, d.c. and we are going to drain the swamp. i told people other day --
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people the other day, i said, i don't love that expression. it is so hokey. and all of a sudden i said, i hate to use this -- it doesn't work right? i said it two weeks ago two big crowd and then the place went crazy. and then i set it a second time in the place went crazy. and then like you they started saying it before i said it. then all of a sudden i decided i love that expression. crazy, right? >> drain the swamp, drain the swamp, drain the swamp, drain the swamp. [chanting "drain the swamp"] mr. trump: thank you. you know a man who loved las vegas was frank sinatra. when he originally heard and
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"my way." how do we like my way? he didn't like it, but then he sang in a couple of times and it went to number one. that's how it goes. at the core of my contract is the plan to bring back our jobs. ? right now 70 million american women and children live in poverty or near the brink of poverty. 43% of african-american school-aged children are living in poverty. 34% are hispanic school-aged children living in poverty. this is unacceptable in our country, unacceptable in america. i will go into the communities and work on a national plan for
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revitalization. we will break decades of failure and prove that real change is possible if we simply cut our ties with the failed politicians and politics of the past. america has lost one third of its manufacturing jobs since bill clinton signed nafta. [booing] and hillary loved it. and america -- i thought it was a typo, i thought it was 700 factories or 7000. america has lost 70 thousand factories since china entered the world trade organization. another bill and hillary back to deal. we are living through the greatest job theft in our history of the world. all because our politicians are either incompetent or they have gotten so much campaign
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contributions or other things. we are getting wiped out. you go to michigan, you go to new england, you look to areas around here, it is a one lane highway into mexico, no way out. they get the jobs, they get the money, they get the plans. that's what he does, that's all he wants to do. it is unbelievable. in mexico it is the seventh wonder of the world. we have to change things, folks.
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our administration will stop the horrible transpacific partnership. we will renegotiate nafta and we will stand up to china's currency manipulation. i have great relationships with china, but what they do to our country is unbelievable. think of this, we have a trade deficit with china. almost $500 billion per year. they come in, they take our jobs, they make a fortune, and we go them 1.5 trillion today. i have made a lot of money with china.
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the biggest bank in the world is a tenant of mine in manhattan from china. i own the bank of america building. san francisco got it through china, through a certain very complicated route. we are going to lower taxes on american business from 35% to 15%. we are going to cut taxes for middle-class families by hundreds of billions of dollars china, through a certain very complicated route. we are going to lower taxes on per year. and my infrastructure plan will provide help for projects like the proposed interstate 11 here. we will become a rich nation again. we will become a rich country. and we have to be a rich country in order to do what we have to do. a woman came up to me recently
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and said you sound so crass when you say we are going to be a rich nation, but i say we have no choice. we need our social security, we need our medicare, we need our military. make sure that she's ok. some of these people have been here for eight hours. take your time. take your time. maybe we can open that gate up. if we have to; we should. yeah. look at her. are you ok? she's tougher than all of us, she has been here for eight hours. we have strong people. did you see where the democratic
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national committee, did you see this? you know the rally where they are supposed to have these fights, and i don't understand i said who is fighting? there is so much love in these rooms. there is no better place to be than a trump rally. i said what is going on. and we had one in chicago where the police have gashes in their head. it came out through wikileaks that we have thugs, who should be put in jail, they were paying thugs -- hillary clinton was paying thugs $1500 each, plus an iphone. and they were paying these thugs to go in and disturb our rallies
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and get into fights. that was on a tape made by a very talented young man. they got him on a tape bragging about how they did it. and everybody blames me and they blamed us, -- that the rallies are violent. it is a disgrace, it is such a disgrace. and lots of other things happened where they take care of people, and then bad things. but we don't fall for it. to be a rich country we must also be a safe country. we will support local police and federal law enforcement in an effort to reduce surging crime. so far this year in las vegas. homicides have increased 27% over last year. by the way people don't know this because the dishonest media
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will never say it. murder rates are up 45 -- think of it, you know what it is? in 45 years -- right now the rates are the highest -- the murder rates. the highest they have been in 45 years. and they don't want to talk about it. they don't want to talk about it. open the gate, let her out right here, so much easier. open the gate, use your heads. let her out right here. will we take her back? yes. thank you.
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latinos for trump, i love that, give me that sign. [chanting "trump"] from mexico.
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[applause] >> i'm a latino for trump and i'm very proud to vote for mr. trump, because he is for law and order. and he believes it. he wants things to be right. you have to come into this country legally. you can't just come in here and having illegal people costs $113 billion per year. that money should be for americans and veterans. americans and veterans. mr. trump, i learned this from you. mr. trump: that's great. she's better than me, i never
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did it that well. we are going to do so well with the latinos. but we are going to do so well because we want security we want safety. and don't want their jobs taken away. but i appreciate that. we will also keep our nation safe. thank you very much. we have to keep our nation's safe from a thing called terrorism. hillary clinton wants to increase syrian refugees pouring into our country by 550%. this is over the thousands coming in under obama. we will suspend the syrian
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refugee program. we will keep radical islamic terrorism out of our country. we are going to work to build safe havens. we don't have to pay for it they have plenty of money. they will pay for it. we have to help the people. modern day great trojan horse. a trump administration will secure and defend the borders of the united states. and yes we will build a wall.
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[cheering and applause] [chanting "build the wall"] mr. trump: sheldon, you have a great hotel but we could have made this forum a little bit larger, maybe. we have the legendary phil ruffin from las vegas. get him over here, he employs thousands of people. hillary has pledged open borders.
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and supports sanctuary cities. countless americans are killed because our government refuses to do its job. brian was shot and paralyzed by an illegal immigrant, he fought for his life at the hospital for 17 days. ultimately he died. he was a basketball star loved by everybody with dreams of becoming a firefighter right here. on mother's day in 2009. carson city. a beautiful person. rene angulo was out driving looking for a job when he was
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shot in the head and murdered by a previously deported illegal immigrant gang member. everybody said we must get him out of the country, we must incarcerate them. a good samaritan who thought there had been a car accident stopped to help. and he was also shot. the illegal immigrant had a previous conviction as an accessory to murder. and he had a record as long as your arm. but the obama administration didn't want to put it out. you josh wilkerson, a student in the high school was tortured and will the high school was tortured and beaten to death, and then his body was set on fire. there are so many of these stories.
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when i become president this , crime wave will end and it will end very quickly. we will end illegal immigration. we will deport all criminal illegal immigrants. and the great thing, our local police know who they are. they know them better than they know their own family. we will get them out. when hillary brought them out and bring them back to their country, the country intelligently wouldn't take them. so she would always let them come back. she didn't want to make waves. that will never happen once, not once with me. by the way -- the border patrol agents of this country, and i spoke of them, they never endorsed a candidate for
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president before, both groups endorsed donald trump. we will also repeal the obama defense sequester and repeal our badly depleted military. we have the endorsements of over 200 admirals and generals. and 22 medal of honor recipients. i want to thank general flynn for being here. our air force is the smallest and oldest in history. my plan calls for building new fighter jets. did you ever see where our fighter jets are so old that we
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can't get parts anymore? they buy them from us or they take them. we also need a new floor in -- a new foreign policy that puts america first again. hillary at our failed washington establishment had spent $6 trillion on wars in the middle east. all of that money, all of those lives. and it is in far worse shape than it ever has been by a factor of 10. they dragged us into foreign wars, a have made us less safe. and these are wars we never win. we do not win at trade or at wars. they have left our borders wide open at home and they have shipped our jobs and wealth to other countries. to all americans i say -- it is
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now time for real leadership. we are going to have real leadership. [chanting "trump'] mr. trump: thank you. in closing just think what we can accomplish in the first 100 days of a trump administration. we are going to have the biggest tax cut since ronald reagan. we will eliminate every unnecessary job killing regulation. we will cancel every illegal obama executive order. by the way hillary clinton, she
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wants to raise your taxes substantially. she wants to raise your taxes substantially. our veterans are going to be taken proper care of once and for all. we will reduce surging crime and support the incredible men and women of law enforcement. we are going to provide school choice and put an end to the common core so we can bring our education, local. we will save the second amendment, which is under siege. the nra endorsed trump. and we will appoint justices to the united states supreme court who will uphold and defend the constitution of the united states.
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americans are tired of being told by politicians they have to defer their dreams to another day. but they really mean to further dreams to another decade. hillary has been there for 30 years and she has accomplished nothing. she has just made things worse. she is a candidate of yesterday. we are the movement of the future. speaking of the future, ladies and gentlemen, here is mr. phil ruffin, one of the great people of las vegas. how many people do you employ in las vegas? he employs 4000 people, that is
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pretty good, right? i'm a little disappointed, i thought it was more. represents all americans from all backgrounds. and from all walks of life. we are asking for the votes of republicans, democrats, independents, and first-time voters. there is going to be a lot of them. we are fighting for every citizen who believes that government should serve the people, not the donors and the special interests. we are fighting to unlock the potential of every american community and every american family who hopes and prays and yarns for a better future for their children. wants to think. small. dreamam asking you to they again. dream big again. [applause]
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with your vote we are just nine days away from the change you have been waiting for your entire life. think of it. nine days. and you are going to remember this day and you are going to remember when you cast your vote. and this was a very important day. but the vote you cast us the -- was the most important vote you ever cast. because our country is going to start winning again. and you will be proud of your country again. and hopefully you will be proud of your president. but you will be proud of your country again. together we will make america wealthy again, we will make america strong again, we will make america safe again, and we will make america great again. thank you very much.
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get out and vote. god bless you. thank you. [applause] ♪ ["you can't always get what you want" playing] ♪
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>> our road to the white house coverage continues in the font -- in the final days leading up to the election. on monday, donald trump makes a stop in grand rapids, michigan.
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later in the day, hillary clinton travels to ohio for an event in cincinnati. that is life monday at 6:15 p.m. eastern here on c-span. on election day, november 8, the nation decides our next president and which party controls the house and senate. stay with c-span for coverage of the presidential race including campaign stops with hillary clinton and donald trump and follow the house and senate races with our coverage. c-span, where history unfolds daily. monday night on the ,ommunicators -- scott alston and harold feld, senior vice president at public knowledge talk about their of opposing views on the proposed at&t-time warner merger and what that merger would mean or telecommunications. >> one of the things that harold
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mention is how at&t will treat time warner content. he is right, that is the potential way that this merger could be anticompetitive. if they treat their own content differently from others. i will probably be the biggest issue that the justice department will want to look at. as your provider can see what you get for breakfast out of your smart refrigerator, when you go to work in the morning, when you are walking by a mcdonald's on your way to work and can combine that with its content that it would get from dissecta essentially every element of your life. >> watch the communicators monday night at 8:00 p.m. eastern on c-span2. >> tonight on c-span, q&a with former boston globe worth -- reporter larry tye followed by
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theresa may taking questions from members of the house of commons. later, hillary clinton and donald trump made campaign stops in florida and las vegas. ♪ >> this week on q&a, journalist and author larry tye. he discusses his book "bobby kennedy: the making of a liberal icon." larry tye, your new book on bobby kennedy arts out this way in the preface -- history remembers robert f kennedy as he was in his crusade for president in 1968. a racial healer, a supporter of the poor and the last progressive knight.